The Short Or­der

Pasatiempo - - Restaurant Review -

Since 1948, The Pantry has been a haven for lo­cals and vis­i­tors seek­ing a gen­er­ously por­tioned, af­ford­able day­time meal served with an au­then­tic smile in a no-frills com­fort-food at­mos­phere. Re­gional dishes share menu space with more clas­sic diner fare, and a good break­fast can be had any time of the day. Now open for din­ner, too, The Pantry con­tin­ues its tra­di­tion of fan­tas­tic home-style cook­ing, al­though cof­fee ser­vice and the over-dress­ing of sal­ads could use some at­ten­tion. Rec­om­mended: the Pantry’s sig­na­ture Fish Fry Plat­ter and meat­loaf, stuffed French toast, and huevos rancheros smoth­ered in the res­tau­rant’s de­li­cious red and green chile sauces.

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